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Mangaka-san to Assistant-san to

Kara updates and fixes will be done with the BDs like normal.

HD: Mangaka-san to Assistant-san to (2014) [Doki][1280×720 Hi10P AAC]

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SD: Mangaka-san to Assistant-san to (2014) [Doki][848×480 h264 AAC]

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10 comments to Mangaka-san to Assistant-san to – Batches

  • Waraneo

    Are you guys doing the short OVAs?

  • Guest

    Thanks for the batch!

    BTW, I’ve got a heart-attack two summer in a row…
    Voted for “No :(” for current poll “Time to drop 480p?”

    (seeding 480p batch of this now)

  • Ero_Yatsu

    Yes, we are planning on doing the mini OVAs. They are on the BDs.

  • Alvyn

    i’m purely a consumer for 480p. because it runs on my tablet, netbook, mobile and pc. would be sad if you dropped it. considering that doki is my favourite source for sub-720p content.

  • Guest

    Just watched the show – awesome!

    Thanks again guys!

    QC dept reporting in.
    EP 02 and EP 03 has something wrong with fonts (tested under mplayer and mplayer2).
    EP 10 – font too big to fit in screen.
    Here is a screenshot:
    Green episode filename in the middle should be EP 02 too, but I accidentally.

    Also I’ve got a plenty of:

    [ass] fontconfig: Selected font is not the requested one: ‘Verdana’ != ‘Vesta’
    [ass] fontconfig: Selected font is not the requested one: ‘Verdana’ != ‘Kozuka Gothic Pro B’
    [ass] fontconfig: Selected font is not the requested one: ‘Verdana Negreta’ != ‘Kozuka Gothic Pro B’
    [ass] fontconfig: Selected font is not the requested one: ‘Verdana’ != ‘FOT-Seurat Pro EB’
    [ass] fontconfig: Selected font is not the requested one: ‘Verdana Negreta’ != ‘FOT-Seurat Pro EB’

    Looks like some fonts missing.

    Maybe you already aware of all this, if so – don’t mind me.

    Thank you!

    • Don’t get any of those issues in MPC. I saw those signs before release every time and they were fine. Since I don’t use mplayer I can’t really test it, but I suspect it’s down to something that mplayer is not handling properly.

      As for fonts, aegis gathers them for me, I’d be spammed with red if there was a font I didn’t have on my system. So I’m pretty sure all the fonts are included, since I can see fonts attached to every ep. I can double check if you give me an ep number though. But again, I suspect this is something to do with mplayer too.

      • Guest

        Thanks for your answer!

        I checked out contents of the .MKV containers and figure out that all “missing” fonts in the .OTF format.
        Looks like mplayer and mplayer2 can’t render *.OTF fonts at all, so this can’t be fixed at your side.
        Although you can replace .OTF with .TTF I think it’s not worth to do.
        I made a note for myself don’t forget to check font format before report about any missing fonts in the future.

        About the text in the intermission screens (like in the screenshot above).
        I have only issues with episode 02 (near 05:00 (unreadable text) and near 07:27 (unreadable text)) and episode 03 (near 11:22 (unreadable text)). And episode 10 (near 05:06 (text too big)).
        I don’t have any issues with this intermission screens in other episodes, so I suspect there are different fonts (I’m not quite sure if you originally intended to use the same font for all of these screens or not).


    • I’m using a ~3 y/o build of mplayer2 on linux (via smplayer), and do not have any of the font rendering problems that you’re having. I even made sure to delete all fonts in ~/.fonts to be sure it was loading them from the mkv.
      Some of your scenes in question:,FNn7h5Q,exjWcyK
      Looking at your screenshots, it looks like even the main dialog font isn’t being rendered properly on your system.
      Checking my mplayer log, I’m not seeing any fontconfig errors, so there must be something pretty wrong with your build.

      • Guest

        Hello, Zdm321!

        Thanks for your reply!

        I’m using two builds of mplayer:

        1) “classic” mplayer:
        > MPlayer Sherpya-SVN-r30322-4.2.5 (C) 2000-2009 MPlayer Team
        Got it from here:
        I use this old build because it’s only one build (and only one win32 player – I’ve tested a lot of players) which can play 480p h264 streams smooth on my PC with some commandline tweaks. Looks like there are something broken in newer builds, so I stick with that version. Here some more info:

        2) And mplayer2:
        > mplayer2 d0305da (C) 2000-2012 MPlayer & mplayer2 teams
        Got it from here:
        I should note that I don’t use MVP which are available now on that site because it’s terribly slow on my PC even if I tweak it with commandline.

        As you can see I’m using win32 builds of the mplayer / mplayer2 and I’m not sure if they are exactly the same as Linux builds. So as I said above in my second comment, maybe there are something broken with the fonts in win32 version or maybe I configured it wrong.

        Anyway, thank you for the tests!

  • Aran

    Thank you for the batch.

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